Songs for the Poor Man
Songs for the Poor Man by Virgin Records Us at Your Free Album. MPN: unknown. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. The Steady, Melodic Drive of Zanrean-style Soukous is at the Root of Matimila's Music, Lifted by the Fluid East African Guitar Style and Infectious Tanzanian Rhythms. The Music Has a Broad, Spacious Quality, with Hints of Latin and Caribbean Influences. Above this Soar the Rich, Soulful Vocals of Remmy Ongala.
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The Steady, Melodic Drive of Zanrean-style Soukous is at the Root of Matimila's Music, Lifted by the Fluid East African Guitar Style and Infectious Tanzanian Rhythms. The Music Has a Broad, Spacious Quality, with Hints of Latin and Caribbean Influences. Above this Soar the Rich, Soulful Vocals of Remmy Ongala.
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Virgin Records Us
Virgin Records Us
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4.97 x 0.54 x 5.55 inches
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